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Re: 21 February 2014 Live Chat
Max The Magnificent   2/21/2014 1:36:57 PM
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@Garcia: I wonder why they did it this way...

You never know what trade-offs are involved -- with the Leonardo, which is almost identical to the Uno, they basically added 2 extra pins -- in the case of the Mega and Due, then had a lot of difital pins ~50 and fewer analog pins ~16 -- so them moved the I2C from the analog pins across the board to some of the new digital pins.



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